Grateful Dead Live at Hollywood Bowl on 1974-07-21
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Rob Bertrando's Sony ECM-22P mics > Sony TC-152 Cassette Master; AudMC >Reel > DAT > CD; Seeded to etree by Noah Weiner
- 2004-04-14 10:53:33
- Rob Bertrando's Sony ECM-22P mics > Sony TC-152 Cassette Master
- Los Angeles, CA
- Hollywood Bowl
Subject: Great Afternoon At The Bowl
Subject: Great show but heavy handed security
And as they were busy dragging freaks out of the box seat area that filtered down from above
Jodi took her parents bota bag with wine in it and starting squirting it into the eyes of the goons that were pulling these dead heads along once the wine hit there eyes that let go the the crowd around us went nuts.. they were trying to see who did it but she put it down and starting dancing. A silly story but cool at the time the show was spectacular in all regards.. wasn’t the biggest fan of sea stones at the time but it gave way to Space with became a regular part of their shows.. anything from wall of sound again is always worth a listen because the sound was so good monitor wise for THEM which if any of you suffered thru the late 69 early 70 know they were always stopping between songs either tuning at length or complaining about the monitors. This allowed them the freedom to expand their songs to great lengths of exploration 😎
Subject: Favorite Wall of Sound Recording
Subject: Decent Show
Subject: A Rare Audience Find
Subject: Hey not trying to be a douche.....
Subject: 1st SIRIUS Show
Subject: It is criminal there are so few reviews of this show
Subject: This Rules
Subject: Complete Show now available
There is a complete show version of this date, with this source patched from a previously uncirculated source by Charlie Miller:
UPDATE: The complete show version is now available to download from this site at:
or simply click on the left just under where it says "Other Copies".
Thus the new version does not have the "painful" aspect mentioned by the previous reviewer ! :)
Scarlet ends with a faded-out cut while they're still hard at it which is a little painful.
Maybe not the best show of the summer, but certainly worth a listen.
Seriously..the Playin is SOOO on point!! The Nobody's Fault jam is about 15 seconds long, also, FYI.....
Subject: sweet aud
Not usually a big fan of early 70's aud's, but this one is sick sick sick!
Subject: Decent but not great show from 74
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